Black History month: the power of sharing our stories

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Made Tech’s Ifey Akuoko writes about her inspirations, career journey, and diversity and inclusion at Made Tech.

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How we should really celebrate Black History Month

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We should be celebrating Black history, heritage and excellence all year round. Ayo Olatunde writes about making Black history within organisations, visibly addressing leadership and hiring practices, and pay inequities to show commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

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AWS certifications: what does it take to become a cloud expert? 

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We encourage our engineering community to get AWS certified so they can boost their career and help us deliver better in the cloud for the organisations we work with.

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The forgotten female innovators in tech

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To celebrate this Ada Lovelace day, we’re shining a light on just a few fantastic pioneers who should be much better known than they are.  

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What is it like to work with Made Tech as a client?

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What is it like to work with Made Tech? It’s a good question – and an understandable one, if you’re a potential client thinking of working with us.

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Reflections on the government’s Digital Transformation Roadmap

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The government’s roadmap for digital and data sets out plans to transform digital public services, today we share what this means in practice and some of the ways we can help.

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Delivery management: it’s more than roadmaps

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Driving delivery while empowering teams is a tricky balance. In this post I’ll shed some light on some of the tasks your friendly delivery manager does.

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Digital transformation 101

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In a nutshell, digital transformation is about using digital tools and technologies to create significant change in an organisation.

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Maximising the value of user research

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The value of user research is undeniable. It helps you understand your users, see what the problems are, and how you can fix them.

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Exploring anxiety in software engineering, and managing it through empathy

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I’ve always wondered why imposter syndrome and anxiety are so common for so many in our industry. As an engineer who suffers from anxiety, it’s long been a topic that’s been close to my heart.

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